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CNN
Oct 1, 2012 4:00am PDT
with jack kennedy. i knew jack kennedy. jack kennedy was a friend of mine. senator, you're no jack kennedy. >> in both of those instances, the blow was fatal. and maybe it didn't show up in the polling right away, but people had this sense that what had happened in that moment was a metaphor for who was the better fighter in the debate. and that could be problematic, couldn't it? >> well, it absolutely could be. i mean there are other moments in debates, too. i'm sure you remember from the primary mitt romney's famous $10,000 bet. >> right. >> so there are many opportunities for practiced, you know, zingers and one-liners, as there are opportunities, you know, to make mistakes. i think the best thing a candidate can do, and i haven't been to a debate president so i'm not advising him but the best thing a can't can do is go in and try to tell a story, a narrative about what they want to do. it's hard to tell a narrative in one-second sound bites but you really want to talk with the american people so they string all of these one minute, and 90 second responses together into what you want to
CNN
Sep 28, 2012 4:00am PDT
at candidate kennedy before he was elected president speaking candidly with his friend, journalist, bill bradley. >> did you have any remote idea, jack that when you ran for congress in 1946 that you would run for president? >> no, i didn't. >> remote? not even when you went to bed? >> never, never, never. i thought i'd be governor of massachusetts some day. >>> they installed hidden rec d recording systems in the oval office and cabinet as well. as a result, 265 hours of recordings and the new book is called "listening in." so remarkable even to hear that conversation with ben bradley. >> we historians fantasize about being a fly on the wall. now, we can be. these tape recordings are sophisticated and picked up extremely important conversations and now americans can listen in. >> what was the goal of the conversations? did he know history would need this? >> i think so. it was never said, a closely held secret. a tiny number knew. most of his top advisors had no idea. he loved history, won a pulitzer for profiles encourage and i think beginning to write his memoirs for that long in the
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